The Streets of San Francisco Are Alive with Queer Art

San Francisco, being the gay mecca that it is, has world-renowned art galleries and museums to get lost in. But the city’s appreciation for art and culture spreads out far beyond the museum and gallery walls and can be found right on the streets. (The work of Jeremy Novy, whose stencils are featured here and on our home page, is a prime example.)

Recently, our sister site GayCities tracked down the works of five major Bay Area artists using the city’s hidden alleys and unexplored sidewalks as their canvas.

Check out a special compilation of the artist spotlight in the following pages.

FIRST UP: Wendy MacNaughton